Supporting Historic High Streets: The Ingredients for Success in the 21st Century - Part 2

Location: 
Oxford
Date: 
Tue, 20/03/2018 (All day)

Supporting Historic High Streets: The Ingredients for Success in the 21st Century - Part 2

Tuesday 20th March 2018, Kellogg College, Oxford

Continuing the seminar series, this event will look at further issues and actions to revitalise our town centres. The benefits of attending are:

·       An opportunity to learn about managing traffic and influencing travel choices into town centres

·       What to consider in renewing existing public spaces for the future

·       A clearer picture of what technology and collaboration can deliver

·       An opportunity to hear about different town centre attractions

·       An awareness of heritage-related funding and its value to places

·       A chance to hear how local communities can help to manage change.

Topics being covered:

·         Promoting mixed modes of travel

·         The importance of the public realm

·         Becoming a joined-up and digital High Street

·         Markets as adaptable and alternative retailers for new audiences

·         Developing local heritage projects

·         Why better design matters.

 

Seminar speakers include:

·         Paul Clements, Chief Executive Officer, Central Management Solutions Ltd/ Director, British BIDS

·         Richard Crappsley, Steer Davies Gleave

·         Vanessa Gregory, Chair, Look! St Albans

·         Phil Jones, Director, Phil Jones Associates

·         Oluwaseun Soyemi, Heritage Lottery Fund

·         Louise Thomas, Historic Towns & Villages Forum.

 

To book for just Part 2, go to:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/supporting-historic-high-streets-part-2-tickets-41237015022?aff=El